How to Make an Origami Bunny
These adorable origami bunnies are a great craft for kids and adults to try this spring. Not only are they easy to make, but they’re super cute and will make adorable decorations anytime this season – especially for Easter. In our video tutorial above, Good HousekeepingElisabeth Engelhart, visual styling director, takes us step by step through how to DIY paper bunnies. In the end, your four-legged friend will have floppy ears and a little bunny tail.
After you’ve made three or more, you can use them as decor for a table, fireplace, or just about any room in the house. We used pastel shades, but feel free to use any colored paper you want to match your decor. And when you’re done making these little critters, try your hand at paper Easter eggs.
How to make origami paper bunnies:
- Fold your paper diagonally and fold the top corner down. Make sure to create a deep crease.
- Take the right corner and fold it towards the bottom corner. Repeat on the left side.
- Bring the left and right corners to the center. Giving everyone a deep crease.
- Fold the left and right inner flaps over the outer edges of the paper.
- Unfold the right flap and open it. Make sure that each side of the right flap contains two pieces of paper. Then put your finger inside to fold the flap. Repeat on the left side.
- Flip your shape over and fold it in half vertically, then twist it so that the flat line is on top.
- On the right side, you should have a loose flap, which you will fold over to the left side.
- Flip your shape over and fold the left flap to the right side.
- Fold this flap in half on itself.
- Flip the shape over and do the same on the other side.
- Fold the front flap over the ear line. Make sure to press hard to get a crease. And then unfold. Go back and do the same on the other side.
Now comes the delicate part of making the face and tail. For step-by-step instructions on how to finish your bunny, watch the video above!
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